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Orders of Protection: Savord Gets It Right

The Court of Appeals recently came out with a really interesting opinion in Savord v. Morton. While the subject matter of the opinion is not particularly interesting—orders of protections—the Court does hit on an extremely important and very rarely followed point of law: orders of protection must be based on a statutorily enumerated offense. 211 more words

Make Some Noise

Wilfred Mashaya told Harare magistrate Barbara Masinire his wife’s silence during love-making had driven him to the “edge” and he now wants her “barred” from his house. 386 more words


Damages for Spousal Tort Claim Affirmed in Maryville, TN Divorce: Rayfield v. Rayfield

Facts: Husband and Wife separated after 16 years of marriage. Husband moved out of the marital residence. Wife filed for divorce.

After the separation but prior to the filing of the… 553 more words

Family Law